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Examining the Qatar World Cup

Nellyana Altuve Rojo, Guest Writer

May 5, 2019

The country of Qatar not only lacks infrastructure, soccer tradition and budget, but a strong foundation of human rights. FIFA’s choice to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar violates essential human rights, is based on bribery and it’s expected to abuse migrant workers. Historically, homosexuality has always been illegal...

All Things Must Come to an End: The Oracle Story

All Things Must Come to an End: The Oracle Story

April 17, 2019

For generations, fans from all over the Bay Area have made their way to 7000 Coliseum Way to root for...

It’s a Bracket, Not Rocket Science

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

March 22, 2019

It's officially March, which means that 64 college basketball teams are facing off in a knockout tournament, otherwise known as NCAA March Madness. From colleges you might have never heard of, to players who are expected to be a part of the next wave of talent in the NBA, the tournament is really unlike any other. In junction...

Women Play for Less

Nellyana Altuve Rojo, Guest Writer

March 14, 2019

No matter what you wear or what you decided to major in sometimes, wearing your woman’s skin will be reason enough to earn 72.73 percent less than men. The gender leadership gap and the difference in salaries between women and men is a reality. Yet, society sees sports as a field where only men succeed. The idea that men are...

In the Post: Support the Trojans

Diego Perez

December 7, 2018

Community college sports are harshly underappreciated, many students complete their two years at a community college without ever attending a sports event. Skyline students need to show more support for the sports programs by attending more games. Sports are not for everybody, meaning there is a percentage of students who wo...

Fonzi Mckinnie is the Warriors X-factor

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

The Warriors have an effect on ordinary players that transforms them into impactful role players; the Dubs have continually found unsuspected talent around the league, and Alfonzo McKinnie is the their most recent surprise X-factor. Last season McKinnie only played 14 games with the Toronto Raptors — now in 2018-19, he has made it o...

No more even year magic

Daniel Archuleta, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

After a 100 loss season in 2017, the 2018 San Francisco Giants aimed higher but only managed to win 11 more games. The Giants missed the playoffs for the second straight season but the end of the season has put the team in a tricky spot with no clear direction as they head into 2019. Coming into the season, the Giants made...

In the Post: Tiger turns back the clock

In the Post: Tiger turns back the clock

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

September 27, 2018

Everyone loves a comeback, and Tiger Woods’ recent win at the FedEx Cup marked his first individual...

In the Post: Nike goes all in on Kaepernick

In the Post: Nike goes all in on Kaepernick

September 12, 2018

Nike’s decision to name Colin Kaepernick as the face of the "Just Do It" campaign is a righteous decision,...

Bust or break?

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 29, 2018

On April 26, 2018, the National Football League (NFL) held the first round of the draft. In this round there were 32 different selections. However the question people had, was what the Cleveland Browns are going to do with first pick of the draft. The first draft pick is very sacred, because you can essentially choo...

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